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CONCORD, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1809.
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SHI H-(H.!?5,,n IEAI.
I 3Ir. White ami ills Salary.
; -i; Mel N'r Salisbury j7hc Wife of 3lr. cce (iourloy Dies
Wi'l the ii:('Hti()!l ()f
T hosier MiM Chaises.
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j Si!(Wenly-Ileart Trouble the Cause jto
rho Salisbury correspondent j Theophiius While, who again eMiVjiil''-"', ! " : of
the Charlotte Observer gives ; comes into the office of shell nsh ; tiriMV-ilr v,,r ' 'T:. ' " il
out tlie fc Rowing concerninir the commissioner bv a recent do-i I' r1;S: ' ' ,! A f. ' 1 f
ueal uf the Kcsler mill at Salis- cision of the Supreme Court, isif t iH-h, :ir ti t-.v im,. tvom
of '..i)( stock of tlie Kesler Manu- SJll"ry- "White was shell lish ! j'-vt-rttu ..f t;ie cmuu, ;
fo.cturing Company (cotton mill) commissioner under the act of bV V. ".T 1
took place tocay. The company l1" at 875 a month. The Legi - Fur alo by L. Marsh i
was reorganized, with J Vvr Can- laturo of 1S0U attcmpid to
non, of Concord, president and F abolish him and created seven
L Robbins, recent y of Golds- oystev inspectors at a salary of
iboro, secretary-treasurer and 800 a year each. Now White
manager. John McGill, of Phil- lm been restored to his office
ai:! fchvanls The j of Her Death
to Loxiu,, and Qn Slindav r,nmmm before
)i','5o::: trath!U ?!a(K j bidding her vi-ith-r dau-liters
of eur citizens, said , d-bye Airs. Reece Gourley
' v :-rrns, arranged j slopped into the house for some
on this side of j tiling and died in a very few min
Saturday niglit jutes. Slie dropped, down upon
iUm of organizing j the 11 cor and drew but a few
' ling' Tom Carr j breaths. Her death occurred
' '-c two no- J about 1 o'clock. She was a stout
S:-.'dsburv, await-!' lad v and was ;mnnvoiitlv ivoll
I i " v"lx ..11 T -rr -r- , Im-,4 ,vl,l.. i. 1... ...
-HiU for killin-! Tlunrl trouble wos tho cause 0f uuell"nalJ w uaaaou, u uun- y- """""J ms. 10 i.!iu ;
j horOoaih. She and her husband non :ln1 Dr- J p Gon, of Con- Aether ho goes in on tho old !
".;;..!(, of- Sails-' lived on Mr. v;n Morris' land co;'J' 'ml '"' bobbins consti- lasis of y75 a month or whether;
trn:..i.!r.ns:!:i.l hndinear tho line of Nos. 2 nnd ll!tuti tll(! awvb-ia,,1 of directors, be ,i;ets the combined salaries
jail :nd in tho ! township. i u decid.-d to double tho '1 seven of the oyster inspector.--, I
, i ,i i qi, i , it i i meeni issno of slnr1- m-il.-i '- which amounts to ,800 a year, i
;b jve me passeng- i bhe leaves a :usoand and six.f 1 L 01 MUC ,v? maivnig ' . .J .
Jlt-liro '.vllOll tho ! fhilllvon 1 wn ni:,iM-inrl rln,irlvc lOWi JlOOUt SU.UU:.). THIS IS oiwxx iuiui- .
to enable the indebtedness at 1111111011 011 ine suoject cjtate
present rest in- on the pro-oortv r"l'oacarer Worth has declined to
to bo nai lo!'. Old stocklohhn's pay V,rhite any salary at all and
I have the privilege of taldng llu wiu havo to brinS suit to lind
I their ir,-o rata, in now stock be- out where he is "at." lie will
lb :! n Ti-!; , f plie .; i: has
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passenger train j and two single sons
r'dav night. Ho board- i daughters.
in and took the in to
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n wiiere they are con- A Wreck :xiv Vcv. Ji'.m.
.'.alisbnry Sun Vv'e j southbound passeiurcr tiT
3 : lore ihe 15th, if they desire.
1 T T a
.i I ne plans diu not
. : i g a e r o wd a s on 1 y a
ui ls wtTC to be seen on
:hat night after' mid-r'l-obably
i tlie vacancies in the
'nee did not come into
v 3 1 i i 1 In Our Conniy.
. L urr, of No. P town
1 his son-in-law, ?Ir.
'klenhonse have pnr-
i-hinerv fr a roller
will Ijegin to build it as
: iliac liinery arrives.
e has moved from
lie. The engine and
s already arrived.
which passes here at :19 a. m,
bring suit at once, for an ofiice fT fYi?J( "1
is nothing to the average citizen1 t 1 1 5 a K r. li p.'b a
wltliont the salary attached, and j
will ask. the court to give him
struck th.e rear of a freight train! On last Satm day Mrs. Mary
on the other side of Greensboro j McLellana, who li s with her the 6,800 salary instead of the
resulting in two men being j son-in-law, Mr. .Will Parnell, old pay of $900 a year. States
injured. Wo learn that the, celebrated her sixty-ardh birth- ville Landmark.
fireman, a negro, on the passen-lUlay by having a reunion. This
ger train, died from his injuries.! ! moans a big dinner, in which
ho freirhf six children and fifteen grand -
children took pa-i:.
Mr. CB Letter, of New Lon
don, is here today.
. of the Orphans.
rral Methodist church
aming a collection was
me benefit of the Ox-
a asylum. Tliis was
' i'-n which would have
"a services on that
" !onnt of collection
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One of the crew of the freight
train was asleep in tho caboose
1. , . . il. - X 1 1 ' 1 TT I
vwien me -Train siruciv u. noivasi ((u,HnlM,,!W atv in. "Rnnhnm of RnlU-
knocked nncons-io.s and hurt Mr JvQ B a: xau(i01. ms bury, spent Saturday night here,
considerably. No train passed .i n ndded to Tin: Standard's : Mr. Chase Brnnizer. oC
here Sunday until after 4 o'clock lforco for alor . t a whije. He Charlotte, sent last night here.
that afternoon. L -n i .i, ... ... n... i , . , ,
wui uau lojux- Mr. iMomson uatdweii went
tious and the mailing department over to Charlotte this morning
especially. j ou a business trip.
TluLXd. I -Messrs. Joe Harty and Harry
' Shaw, of Charlotte, are here
The House coucuses of the j today.
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JLTemocrais ana iJe))iuicans me; i
Saturday afternoon and night.
The former nominated James D
Richardson, of Tennessee, for
Two Iusinescs Closed Down.
For several weeks Concord
has had two not ordinary enter
prises. It would cost you fifty
cents to enter one and live cents
for the other. The fiifty-five
cents has been paid by numbers
and they have kow left Concord
to seek other fields. Both the
palmist, Mine. Elrado and the
p j flying gallery, under the man
agement of Mr. Jack Wood, have
, ( i i i
. If ;r,c rnrehc'isiMl a Home.
Mr. Jas. W Cannon has sold to
Speaker, which means that he
will be Democractic leader. The
Republicans as was clearly fore
casted nominated Gen. Daniel B
Henderson, of Iowa.
Mrs. Jas. W Cannon and
Miss Margaret Cannon returned
home Saturday night from Charlotte.
Air. J A Means, of Charlotte,
who is a member of tlie firm of
the Ritchie Hardware Co., is
Working Nilit aM uay.
The Hii-if-Kt uiul luhtiest little thing j
that ever was nmtle is Dr. Kind's Xi-w j
Life Pills. Every iiU is a suirar-ccited
i Its illii)
50 per coat, w j!, only
48c. giinnout or 93c.
suit. Pure wool vest
and union suits for wo
men or children.
) i ( :U( V; -i r :V. ::Our. l.nl nf liPfiU i. t ii: t ciiansrtss weak-
.. from the Salis-1 y,v movod herc iro into Hrwtl, listtees. 0)
.ivlt ToVm! ul' i( CCllti 11KACCl ilC1C li0i!ener-v, hraia-fa- into ireutni power, k
V'.; No. 4 township, the house and j They're wonderf m in building up the ! M O X
;r vr,i iot 011 Doi,ot i e box-bo!d -ignome-maae
t ; : it '. i , vas killed tho resi:doncos 0f Mrs. Sapp and
moon. He was at LT T iTrin.i?.,..,i tvt,,.-,,, smnnose vour son broke fev-. . - . O
" :ir. . no. vv uieiora. ihmc. i -- "-r-i - ri- k a
e:?r v:hcn it was
ie-i her one. He died
- iM.H-k being dislo- f
Isenliour are running an eating ' himself down at college icot-
ball." "No, indeed; the doctor
said whau rave him nervous
! Colsunbiii Calendar for 1000. I ,.W.Ht,vn u;k nviiiy to irothis
We are each year grateful to , lossons between the games."
the Pope Manufacturing Co. for Indianapolis Journal.
1 lot oil Spring! their Columbia Desk calendar, "pTr t--";s' "
r,wned by . Mrs. I which is now being distributed j Comea vCne, of
old at the court ! and whicli you can ooiain 1Ui Washita. I T. II writer:- "iounot.
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ribbed !'.; vv ii
children at Iwc and ioc.
Wool hose f;d
mm? o ffl
OTondr'v.) The I two'cents. It is a unique one and ties olectrio Bitters ban
bought for S70G by I is looked for by our office each Iu,r ffroat Kutleri!ir f-r years. Terrible
,n,,- -.. 1V. VTv onf of it nrl vnnt.o?os : cores would Drcak om m mauau,
J " un awu.x.,, jface and the bc8t doctors eoam jjive no
I for dotting down daily memo- j hellJ . lmt her cure i eo plet itud her
i v(1 ,n health is excellent." Tias siiow.s that
lantta. thousands have prv.-.:, t:,::'" .metric
-..Vo'iis now On last tin-day morning ; tetter, salt ' olj Mam '
st. cm WTicn 1 Marshall Mabrey, oi oresc UJ, fb is eK;cis v,h j - .j..
V I ii.,. in l.oln kill a : ticn. bv.ilds m tlu r.r, 0,:y o0 . Wa llRVft tll.S IcLlUUU Ov
ves OUt tilO . as ccinevi I LV' 1 . , I ,,hl at Fetz Prn- 'stoiv. ; r w - w
! he occupied by 1 hog, and actually they seamed j ; . ...-----;
V;ho U now the animal in a baking powder , -Sue refuseu, a, ,he onUj
M,,inslrootr '!hox. It was one of those e.he
- - ;.cent baking powder boxes. It , uolior VJ' Ex. j
. ; i
.. , win --iii. ' " hC" S(
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. .t'j- n.-.i',.-. it. inst ask
that yon Marshall Mabrey.
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: He Clino ruturnea ;
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I rt i .e;u
home h;., morning from :r. . njle ;ni ta,:o..-s a,m ri.ihb.nj .. fi
Pleasant after spending several ov it . . A lnlts refer n to oitr.r, nuu-, .u-, -
;Viys hatnl,'i,iv Ix-e. o.c. es.-wu-.